In India, a new date for the restocking of the PlayStation 5 has been set: PS5 Digital Edition is now available for pre-order from Sony.

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Pre-orders for the PlayStation 5 will be available at Sony Center in India on June 23. For the first time, the PS5 Digital Edition is available for purchase.

If you’ve been wanting to get your hands on a PlayStation 5, now might be the time to do it. On June 23, Sony India will hold another PS5 pre-order day through its Sony Center platform, but this time there’s more good news. Sony is allowing pre-orders for both the PS5 Standard Edition and the PS5 Digital Edition, the latter being the first for Indian gamers.

The banner for both variants of the PlayStation 5 system, as well as the controllers and exclusive titles, has appeared on the Sony Center portal. Because the PS5 Digital Edition does not include a disc drive, it costs Rs 10,000 less. As a result, if you buy most of your games online, the PS5 Digital Edition at Rs 39,990 makes more sense.

Pre-orders for PlayStation 5 have reopened.
Sony will also release the PS5 Standard Edition, which includes a disc drive. This one costs Rs 49,990, which is the same price as the Microsoft Xbox Series X. In terms of gaming power and capabilities, both versions of the PlayStation 5 compete with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles are capable of 8K gaming at 120 frames per second.

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Exclusive games like Spider-Man Miles Morale, Demon’s Souls, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, and others make the PlayStation 5 appealing. The Dual Sense controller is also known for having the best haptic feedback of any console controller currently available.

To add to Sony’s case, the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition is Rs 5,000 more expensive than the Xbox Series S, which is Microsoft’s watered-down version of the Series X designed to be sold at a reduced price. The PS5 Digital Edition, on the other hand, makes no concessions in terms of gaming power and delivers the same level of performance as the top-of-the-line PS5.

However, the Xbox Series S has its own set of benefits. Despite having a lower storage capacity and reduced firepower, the Series S benefits from the Game Pass subscription that tips the scales in its favour. You also get faster loading times and Quick Resume, which prevents the need to save gameplay.

Exclusive games like Spider-Man Miles Morale, Demon’s Souls, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, and others make the PlayStation 5 appealing. The Dual Sense controller is also known for having the best haptic feedback of any console controller currently available.

To add to Sony’s case, the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition is Rs 5,000 more expensive than the Xbox Series S, which is Microsoft’s watered-down version of the Series X designed to be sold at a reduced price. The PS5 Digital Edition, on the other hand, makes no concessions in terms of gaming power and delivers the same level of performance as the top-of-the-line PS5.




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